2 Cook’s Brook p1. Assess the form of the poem. (stanza #’s and length, rhythm and rhyme)Free verse -- poetry without a regular pattern of meter or rhyme.Narrative poem –a poem that tells a story.
3 Cook’s Brook p2.Find alliteration in stanza Discuss the diction (specific words or phrases) that highlights the imagery of the poem. 4. Write the simile and metaphor from stanza Write the parallelism found in the last stanza.
4 Sonnet 43 p. 182Sonnet - a fourteen-line poem in iambic pentameter. The Shakespearean or English sonnet is arranged as three quatrains and a final couplet, rhyming abab cdcd efef gg. The Petrarchan or Italian sonnet divides into two parts: an eight-line octave and a six-line sestet, rhyming abba abba cde cde or abba abba cd cd cd.
5 Sonnet 43How is parallel structure evident in the poem? Why is it used?
6 Sonnet 43 p. 182Journal:What kind of relationship could elicit such a powerful emotional response? Write a paragraph that gives 2 specific examples of relationships that run deep with emotion
7 Let Us Leave Something Unsaid p. 203 Lyric -- a poem used to express feelings. Lyric poems have specific rhyming schemes and are often, but not always, set to music or a beat.
8 Let Us Leave Something Unsaid p. 203 Discuss the form of the poem.What writing device is used in lines 1 and 2 of stanza 1?What writing device is used in lines 3 through 6 of stanza 1?Journal: Write a paragraph that highlights 2 things that could be left unsaid. Mention why they should remain that way.